I am beginning to create scripts to set up an operating session. One of the PRSL's primary jobs is to keep the coal power plant at Deepwater supplied. A steady stream of coal must be provided by rail.
The sharks are cut off and head for the roundhouse for servicing. Meanwhile a Baldwin switcher heads out to get the train.
The days of steam are drawing to an end and PRSL's parents keep sending their soon to be retired fleet of steamers to end their days on the PRSL. Here the Pennsy sharks pass a Reading consoladated on their way to be serviced.
Meanwhile the yard switcher has grabbed the first half of the train to begin the classification process.
The sharks managed to pick up some empties on their way to Camden. They must be cut out of the middle of the train to head back to Philly and points north and west for reloads.
Better put the cabin away before we get caught with it in our switching.
Retrieving the rest of the train we find an express box car at the head of the next cut and deposit that on an outbound track.
Having put the coal loads together our job is done until we prepare the Camden to Deepwater train for departure.